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Universal broadband fund likely to be highly oversubscribed: ISED official

Briefs | 03/31/2021 5:39 pm EDT

The federal government’s Universal Broadband Fund is in high demand, according to a speech from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) senior director David Willis Wednesday at the Canadian Association of Wireless Internet Service Providers’ (CanWISP) annual conference.

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